Mt Desert Narrows Camping Resort
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... One guy even had a Human Kinetics book out making sure he was doing things right!
The weather cooperated until we were finished and then the rain came down at Sand Beach. We caught the bus back to Jordan Pond and had the popovers and lemonade one last time.
We really had a great time visiting Acadia National Park. If you haven't been hopefully you can put it on your bucket list.
Time to move on to ...
... about all a seaside resort community can offer. W told our waiter today, that last visit we had a twin lobster lunch for $9.95. He laughed and said, that'll run you $42 today. So much for inflation.
This little jaunt up the coast, has not taken us as long as we thought it might. We have seen much of what we came to see, enough to make the trip another memory book full of sights, sounds, smells, ...
... and on the shores of Frenchman Bay. It has the charm of a small fishing village. When we crossed the Trenton Bridge onto Mount Desert Island, I didn't realize we had left the mainland.
Early Tuesday morning we started our walk at Village Green. Two large Cruise lines had docked in the harbor with about 4,000 tourist converging on the little harbor (made for a lot of excitement).
... Center when everyone is huddled up as if they are embarking on an arctic expedition. They’ll all be sorry when it's boiling hot later on, won’t they?
We purchase our visitors pass and enter the park. And it is indeed spectacular. There are mountains, forests, beaches and lakes. I make an impressive attempt at climbing a mountain trail before deciding that jumping up onto a few rocks and waving at Mr ...
... speak, and I am all about that, so I have kept those words in mind. It was a cloudy and foggy day, so I decided to put off some of the "must see" destinations that wouldn't have been as great without good visibility, and I headed to the "quieter" less touristy side of the island. And I took roads that were off the beaten track, even though I was carrying my GPS and my Park map. This side of the island is definitely quieter, but there ...